Aloha Made, Made in Hawaii --

Everyday Outfit

My everyday look consists of a T-shirt and shorts, or Tank top and shorts. The weather here in Hawaii is usually hot, even in winter. Very rarely do I feel like I HAVE to wear pants. It’s a blessing and curse. I yearn for Fall weather here, and when it comes around every once in a while, I despise it, because I freeze when it’s 75 degrees. That’s my freezing point. #Hawaiiproblems

Ask anyone, I’m obsessed with pineapples. I don’t even know why, I just like them. I bought this shirt from a craft fair because it had a pineapple on it (and it said aloha), and it’s safe to say I’m in love. The shirt is made by a local company called Sticks and Stones. You can check them out HERE. Really cute stuff, and they make Hawaii themed wear for the whole family! #supportlocal

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Dressing up in Hawaii

My fashion posts are going to be quick and simple, just how I like it. That seems to be the running theme through my blog. quick and simple recipes, quick and simple fashion, quick and simple makeup. I don’t like to spend a ton of time doing things, because, like I’ve mentioned in a few other posts, my son has the attention span of a fly.  So I try to squeeze in everything in the two hours while he is sleeping.

Here it goes!

I love fashion. I love to dress up, I love to keep up with the latests trends. The problem? Hawaii is VERY behind in the fashion game.  Trends tend to take a year before they enter the Hawaii market.  Don’t ask me why, I don’t know, but it’s very frustrating. Also, I find that people like to stare. I don’t know if they are staring because I look AMAZING or because they are wondering what the heck I’m wearing or why I’m so ‘Dressed up’. Continue reading